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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 6, 1931
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Served by the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEA ST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI HOME EDITION VOL. XXVIII—NO. 16 Ulythevllie Courier, B^thevllle Dally News, BlvthertUe Herald, Mississippi Valley Leader. BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, Al'UIL l>, 1931 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS- THREE CANDIDATES CLAIM MAYOR'S RACE Rotarians Aid Child Cripples Rviles Former Interior Secretary Must Serve Year lev Doheny Deal. WASHINGTON. April G (UP) — The District of Columbia appelatc court today affirmed the convictions and sentences of Henry M. Blackmer and Albert B. Fall In the oil cases of the Harding r.d- ininistratian. Fall, former secretary of inter' ior, was convicted for the alleged acceptance of a bribe from E. L. Doheny. Los Angeles, in connection with the Elk Hills oil lease cn^e. Blackmer, Denver. Col., oil man, now in exile In France, was convicted of contempt of court, having failed to heed a summons to appear as a witness In the oil trials. The tv.<o wer'e' convicted in the. supreme court of the District j of C.ilumbir.. more than a year I a:,-o. Both appealed. The appeals I were argued before the appelale court February 2 and 3. Fall's sentence was to one year In prison and he was also fined SIOO.OOO. Biacimer had been fined). SGO.OOO. Blackmer and Fall mustj now pay their fines and Frtll must serve his sentence unless the case is carried to the United. States supreme conrt. Biarkmcr Will Appeal DENVER, April 6. (UP)-Cavl C Schuyler, Denver, attorney for Henry M. Blac'umer. said today Black- lEflSTEH TIKES BIG TOLL DFMDEftlHS One. Fatality iti Arkansas Among 64 Reported ini U.S.; 13 Drown. LITTLE ROCK. April 0 (UP)— Automobile accidents in Arkansas over the week' end clnime* one life and resulted In serious injur- I !cs to four persons. . Miss Ola Webb, Hot Springs | nurse, died last nifht at the HoU Springs general hospital, from injuries received when the automobile in which she was riding tnrn- j ed over near Malvern, Ark. Mrs. A. W. Brassier, Russellvilla, I who was in the cnr with the nurse, j suffered a fractured skull and in! ternal injuries. Three persons were Injured at _ Lewisville late last night when their j kutomobils was struck by a freight | train. BirdVEye View of Flaming Cityi Vote Tomorrow 61 Automobile Draths CHICAGO. April 6 <UP> —The automobile mortality curve swung sharply upward Easter Sunday when generally inviting spring weather lured motorists pnt on the open highways, a United Press survey showed today, At least 64. persons were killed in motoring accidents, according to reports from United Press corres-i pondents. • Another-13 deaths were Harris, above, o[ Chicago, caused by drowning. jtary International The heaviest toll from automo- (Daddy) Allen, be-1 bile accidents was taken in Ohio, I ., .... -.,,^...,-.. ;,„.„ ^», „.,,,„ - Elyria, O., .who founded i where 13 persons were killed. Sev- 1 mcr's contempt of court fine would the International Society for Crip- en drownlngs also occurred m that be appealed to the United Shtes P^d Children soon after one of supreme court as soon as passible. | his own sons wos killed in an acci- "Every one has recognized for a dent, are among .the notables who long time that the question ivtvolv- 1*1" .attend the. society's' annual 'led', in Blackmer's case' eventually- convention^ in C!ev.el»tid,-April wculd have to be uassed upon tv : An editorial ' DEED, F1FIELD Tomorrow Is election day In lllylhfvllle. It is our hope tlut wlillrd voters of this dty taken the pains (o fnform ^U'es sufficiently as to tlie merits of the respective candidates and us to whatever Issues may exist that they »re prepared to cast their ballots on the side of (be city's welfare and profresn. Popular government dC]Jcnds for its .success not merely upon (he imllclpallon In elections «f M rlllzens, but upon Intelllrent anil well- Informed participation, supported by a willingness to subordinate -jieUy individual pre- juillrcs tu the general welfore. Vole tomorrow, bat do not vote without satisfying yourself that your ballot reflect] a real effort on your part to contribute to the advancement of your community. Smoke clouds rising from the bnrnlng city of Managua, Nicaragua, are shown in this striking aerial picture taken while the city was ablate after the sevire earthquake which took an estimated toll o! 2000 dead and countless injured. The entire central section of the city was In flames. This picture was flown by NEA Service from Managua, via Havana, to New York City, from where It was telephotoed, state. to 15.' Allen I? the supreme court," Schuyler said. 613 Pemiscnt Farmers Get $188,327 in Loans president of the | night when .the automobile which Rotary clubs I they were enroute to a birthday actively 'co-operate in the program party plunged into the Mississippi river at a ferry landing; near here. The dead: Mrs. Graces Maness, 30, -Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ccrney, Cerneys' three young COOTER, Mo.—Loans- have been panted by the povernment fo 613 Pemiscot county farmers for a total of £188.327.50. according- to M. D. Amburgy, county extension agent. The average loan is $307.22. This is only a little more than half of the applications that have l>cen sent in and there is no let up :n the number of requests for these leans. Credit is to the efforts of Ihej . . . . „ community committies. the coun-i Association oatlU'daY. ty drouth committee and the ex- j . tension agent for these excellent! results. The banks have given closest cooperation. Special recognition fa "iven to N. W. Helm, chairman of the county drouth of helping the lame to walk. "Government in Business" fo Be Discussed bv Trade Six Drown at Ferry Landing CHESTER. 111.. April 6 ' (UP)- •Slx persons were Bents Osceola .by Narrow ' I they we Literary Contest. and the children. John Maness, driver, and Allen Brookes, were rescued by ferrymen. The party of eight all from St. Literary sweepstakes in the county meet held here Saturday, in which a number of Junior and senior hiih schools participated, went to Mark ila, with Osceola a clori? second for the silver loving cup awarded. Man. ila made a total of 173 and three- fourths points - ngainst 167 and a ha)f , nts by Osceola, - Louis, was enroute to Perryville, , nie erents wer ],- 6{v - 1&edL lnlo tw Mo, to celebrate -the eighth birth- 1 s , wim Stud3nts of the firs day of Samuel Maness, who had I ^ des in ^^^ i nr ' d entrie - • been vacationing with his maternal grandparents. in classes from the seventh to th twelfth grades, in secton 2. Amon committee, who is giving all his time to this work without' remuneration and to Harold S. Jones, who is the county superintendent of schools and a member of the county dny.ith committee. He has signed all of the applications sent from this county. the younger students Oscjola mad Le-P.oy Woods Appointed .«> p° tnts nnd Ma ! ula 87 '- . r ° } _ . . ' first and second honors, whil Dry tntorcement Agent I third honors was tied with Yarbr . '[and Burdette each making . , . . ., In the recent re-organization of! points- Other honors went f°»l i f 6 '" 1C T ,T C , rSy °-n 'he prohibition enforcement per-i Luxora. 20; Armorel and Dell ea »±r /,T > P ^ CCS - ml 'sonnel in Arkansas, LeRoy Woods 15; Shawms, Hi'and Wilson. 5 Wn!ter Parker, of New Orleans. wl>r> has b"en a spokesman for UK cotton tradi of Luxora was named as a mem- Go to Trial for Murder 0} Fort Smith Oificer squad. FORT SMITH, Ark..April G (UP) —William T. Giles, Boycf. La., and v P., A. Moore, Poteau, Okla.. wentl m6 on trial l»re today charged with be Ruest of honor nt the annual meeting of thj Arkansas Cotton Trnde association, to be held next Saturday at the Lafayette ' Hotel, Little Reck. The Blyheville Board of Trade -••ill b? represented at. the mcet- iii7 by E. C Patton. O. O. Hardaway. J. F. I,enti. W. I. psborne, and j 'l u ^o^tSn^Tmee^'Tr'the exe-'i J^ 7 "'" «« &^a"™*" east Missouri cotton men are now Ftftiiiated with the Arkansas asso- immy Walker, Back in New York, Faces Fight NEW YORK, Apr. 6 (UP)—Mayr 'James J. Walker, target for a elentlcss barrage of public charges and private insinuations in recent ks, bcguli .the. biiggest fighj of his career today. .Home from .his -vacation in the California desert,'^alkcr 'plunged into wort as a reply to the accus'a- .lons brought agairist him in his encc by civic and religious leaders who' have demanded his removal fvom office for alleged misfeasance For the next six month, or possibly for a year New York Is likely to witness a battle between Tammany hall and its enemies. Four ,Thousand , Person Surround Courthouse as Negroes Go to Trial. SCOTTSqORO, Ala., Aprils (UP) —Machln* suns held back a crowd of 4,000 persons' at the courthouse nsre today as .nlno negroes went on trial for criminally 'attacking two Huntavllle white girls.. Under command of 'Major Joe Slarucs, live companies of nation- surrounded the court house al 5 re-Election Indications, ; Are for Relatively LigHI • j- Vote tomorrow. "".';.;.- ':: NB official announcement of.Uj^ : location of the five ballot, boxn- i for the miinlclp*! election v*r .; made Ud»)r. However, It Is JOTr,. ; trally underataod that the boxa; i will be placed at Ihe following t pticn: Firtt Wart, city haU an4. j the bolldlnc on Eait ;Main known j as Byru»'« potato hou«; Second-, j Ward, Ford MoUr bolldlnc ' u)!^. j Sterltot'a itore; Third Wild, box = . i im Main »tr«i near 21st street. The polls will be optn from 8' o'clock ». m. until 6 o'clock p. m. .. Predictions of overwhelming'vic- tory In the municipal election tomorrow were forthcoming from the rival camps of Mayor Nclll Kced and A, B. Falrfteld toda'y, while W. C. Lawler, self styled "poor man's candidate" and darkhorsc of the unyoralty race, foresaw a close-dlr vision of vote*. between .the '-'mir.'-.. chine candidates" that, would *^V-f^ ilm to slip under the .wire atieaflv: Desplt* strenuous last,' day a«lhK;l ties centering axound'the city' liqB£.: leadquarttrs 61 the administration;--- torces, and Falrneld's headquarters. .-.- In section 2 Manila made 8SVi ter of the northeastern Arkansas and Osceola 77't with Wilson third 'with'73 and three-fourths. Other Woods is attached to the dls- schools and their "Ungs ™re. trict office recently established at Shawnee. 3o; Dell: Z6W , Burd ette. Jonesboro from which activities! 223 and three-fourths; Luxora, 20 in nine counties will be directed, land Yarbro 12 i. He I e of "Gen." Coxey Hurt in Auto Accident ciation, and it is understood here p . j my tliat Nell Helm" of Caruthersville| urantCO Hew the Sam murder In connection with slaying cf City Detective Ecoth two wc:ks ago. Thci state contends the defendants killed the officer as they werej charges of speeding. Both men' were taken into custody the day following the shooting. Giles is said to have confessed firing the shot that struck the detective but claims he acted in self •iefense. Moore denies having shot at tto officer. others from nearby; territory will attend the trade association meeting. The business meeting will -be ] VALPARAISO, Ind.. April 6. (UP) j YOONGSTOWN, O., April 6. (UP for Murder of Girl:—Mrs. J. S. Coxey, SI, wife of "Oen. eral" Coxey, was In n serious can- ' JJlt-.. l« n V*r*enl»al tanrfl Iswl^l Porter Col?, Burdette, Succumbs to Meningiti LUXORA, Ark. — Meninsiti claimed another Mississippi Count victim Saturday - afternoon wit the death of Porter Cole at Bur dette. He was 26 years old. Mr. Cole was stricken Just twen ty-four hours previous to his-deal! He is survived by his wife, par en Is and several brothers and sis ers Interment was in Sindy Ridge cemetery, with the pastor of Buf- riette Baptist church officiating. This is the first death from Men- ingltls in this vicinity this year. Thugs Bomb Grocer Who Failed to Pay Tribute NEW YORK. April 6 (UP)—Two children were killed and seven persons injured today because. ,dit!on In a hospital here Injuries received in an autw- , , T . . . , i Irom unuriei itxtivuu m «i. called to order at 10 a. m., with —Virgil Kirkland. Gary, Ind.. high wl accMcnt , asl nign t. revision of trading rules the prin-! school youth convicted of murder- j . consideration.' Ing Alcne Draves, 18. at a drinking] Selection of Jury to Hear'Murder Case;;'Langley Gets Year Te'rai'. Selection of a jury for the -Irlal if Doylo Wldner, 18 year old youth, charged with the murder of Page Boyd, young national guardsman, was begun at 2:45 o'clock this afternoon. Hope was held that a jury would be completed this afternoon although It Is hardly likely that evidence In the case will be presented before tomorrow. With a large number of witnesses subpeanocd to testify for the stale and defense the trial is expected to consume the entire session of court tomorrow. William Langley charged with the theft' of a number of chickens was sentenced lo a year in the state prison, upon the recommendation of a jury that found him guilty of grand larceny teday. Langley's trial consumed the morning session of court and part of the session this afternoon. The trial of Jimmlo Jones which was expected to open today has been postponed. al guardsmen Jackson county dawn and held the anxious crowds .3CO fcct from the .entrances. Six machine guns were mounted on Uie la'wn on all sides of * the building. Miss Victoria Price, 21, and Ruby Bates. 17. victims' of tho attack were scheduledHo >ke the stan apj H,; W.elch, arS cajididates against their attackers" 'eairty v lB'1"tHe'5ccb'na'WiW'ebflncll seat: Ne.itii^v v the trial. ler has engaged in "a'very actlre-; '• [campaign More Interest is noted.v Wife Goes to Trial for •' ln tne 'blrd.ward-aldermanic- raa at tl« BlytheviUe laundry, veter^.; poUtlcal obser> p ers were'of. the opin-i- ,Ion.'that the ;tol»l-vote 'would fall.-. 1 probably three hundred .voles short bl the record vote "of'more than 1100 ballots' in 1929. ,'•;. ; '-- : V . AWermiuJio-Ricts.Qttlet -...: The.-mayor's race;^apparen(lj: completely : OTershadowed: the con- :j tests for the aldermanlc posts !tt the second and third wards. _ Tom "_ W. Jackson, seeking re-election, and , : 4 between i J. E. Lunsford,'re-election'- candidate, and J. W. Hammock, but" even in the thtd werd the mayor's race easily -holds -the spotlight; Judge W. D. Gravette is unopposed ;" Killing "Other" Woman MEMPHIS, • April fl (UP)—Mrs. Gussie Bertha Nelson, 29, wife of _ a printer, went on trial today on for re-election as city police ju charges 'of murder'In connection!while Ross-Beavers is.without with the shooting of Miss Madclln I position' for a second term as cliy. Brown, the woman with whom her treasurer. Ross Hughes Is unappov OPT, Brown, ~— . husband is alleged to haye- kept company for a period of several months prior to the shooting lost February 20. Defense attorneys indicated they would plead that "a wife has the same right, that a husband has" in shooting a person with whom h/ Is keeping company and breaking up a Methodist Church Adds 34 at Easter Service ed in asking re-election to the council from the. first ward. . '••'!>.. Expressions of confidence "were issued by Mayor Reed and Mr. Fnlrfleld this morning. -"I am -cc/ui Hdent," Mayor Reed declared, "that the voters of the city will 'shqy their faith. In my administration'by returning me to office, for' a secofid term by a 2 to 1 victory. I expect his friendship for the woman. County Fiith in State in Number of Divorces Although Arkansas' divorce vol- Sliice'.'the"shooting she has lived! to sweep every ward'in ths cUs.. with her husband. who admitted Neither of the other candidate have as yet told what they purpose to do and I believe the voters will take this Into consideration in ra^ turning me a decisive victory!'' :, Siys Business Man Needed..,'1 am running on my reputatiod of 18 years as a business'- man .inL ume suffered a slump last ye Mississippi county continued Blytheville," Mr. Fail-Held'. stated. ank filth in divorce decrees, granted among the counties of '.he fefl {tmt & landslide from 'the' to adm1nl5lrat | 0n to m j candidacy 'will The Easter services at the First Methodist- church Sunday were- fea- state. One nelghborhocd The casualties resulted from fire which followed the explosion of o ing of six babies. The church has had an increase of 62 members since January 1, and Then? will be a luncheon at 1 party, was granted a new trial to- o'clock, to be followed by a program devoted to "Government In day by Judge Grant Crumpacker. Kirkland who had been commit- Breaks Ann Rolling Eggs at White House of the B!jtnevntei! ie " cc "* Im .^ r ^ "lO* Musta^ cord 01 iraae this morning atjtfore Judge Crumpacker April M. brofcf , Rn arm tcrd dur _ hich delegates to the state mcet-l P rd =" for < he . llw .,V ria l r , csul 'f d In? the Easter csg rolling on the V were chosen It was also decided; ™» <<»*<.'«•* ™„'1*«*« «« ; White House lawn. 1 « SSS ^^^°SSS » '« - --- -«- d ! Hoor of a five story tenement. The ': The paslor, P. Q.^RoTie preached Business," ot which Mr. Parker i ted to the state penitentiary at will be the principal speaker. | Michigan City, Ind.. to serve a sen- At a meeting of the Blytheviu* I tencc w " 1 "* Biven a second trial ' Board of Trade this morning . ! grocer told police a neighborhood at both the mornlp? and eve ! gang had harassed him ever since services. The choir gave the ihe opened the store two months ,'i»ta "The Crucifixion In a vi sgo When they called he gave them j service nt 5 o'clock and the sunrise what change he could spare, but j prayer semc^at 6 tf clock ^was Wl—--••• - ••«<•«"<« 11"S to sMid one or more representatives' 3 Hold Msvmaduke Farmer C f r- 1-, Vir uotton snipiwrs as iOr IlUn Tight RUUng held r,t New Orleans April 23 and ! 24. PARAGOULD. April G (UP) —J — Robert Utley, 45, Marmaduke farm-! rr, will be arraigned this after-, Arkansas Getting r.con before Justice of the Ponce 1 „, , r> i W. W. Yopp in connection with the murder of James McCoy, CO, who died Friday following t Run-. as 8 compromise among . He was taken to to the meeting o! the American • four counts of first degree murder Cotton Shippers association, to be; en which Kirkland was tried. Share o{ Federal Loans juries which rcsuhed In his Ci ,~> fWlrnvs Innan atorm ucsiroys japan April 0. 43 per cent of ths total amount i of loans made by the Farmers Seed | Loan office at Memphis, according I to D. J. Burleson, University of Ar- [knnsns college ot agriculture extension service, who Is in charge of an emergency hospital. Lloyd George's Daughter Adds Color to Commons Luxora Senior Class Presents Annual Play LUXORA, Ark.—Friday evening Ihe senior class of Luxorn high school presented their innual Commons of which she is a mem- play, "P.igsy's Chauffeur," In thelber. school auditorium. A large midt- apparently it was not sufficient, Judgment Against Bank Commissioner Reversed ! lowed-with the sacrament of the Lord'* supper. Raskob Wants Views result tomorrow.. I have absolutely promised a job to no one and. < ..I not do so until after the election, hundred and twenty-eight . 1( rcparts to (he contrary. Lsss decrees were granted In -^> s -1 ^1^0 and more business is need- sippl county during 1930 according -£ jn (he ldmmlstraUon of c i ty a f. to statistics revealed by the s'-*te • fajrs m& th( , vo , 4rs w1ll reward M6 board of health. The only coun-l , th an overwhelming victory, I bY- tles with a larger volume of .<«-!] leve ovcr a candidate whose bual- vorcc decrees than Mississippi were: Pulaski, TT2; Garland, 190; Jefferson, 286 and Union, 201. The total for the entire state was 4,171 absolute decrees, 761 less than granted in 1929. ness is politics." "The second ward, which polls more votes than either of the other Minister Held for two, will be the battle . morrow, and If either of the two ! 'machine' candidates can gain a igood margin in that ward victory [will be assured for him," said the nn n . ) r\ .L! darkhorse of the race, W. C. Law.- rellOW raStOr S Ueathi ler ••• BM i believe that they will ' exterminate each other In Oie fight NEVADA, Mo., April 6. (UP)—Aland that I will emerge the winner, penitent former pastor of a south- ji realize I do not have the powerful ern Missouri country church await- backing of the other candidates but LONDON, (UP) — Miss Megan Lloyd George, daughter of the fam" ous Liberal leader, has bro-.ight a touch of color to the House of i Airdrome With Big LoS5| Etnfr ot extension workers who pass •""' _ ° on cropping phases of Arkansas ap- LONDON. April 6 (UP)—An e\-[ change telegraph dispatch -from] The office up to March 25 had Tokyo said four persons were kill- i made a total of 32, 778 loans to rd, <W Injured and 13 airplanes'farmers In the five stales of the we're destroyed by a v.-ind storm i Memphis office aren, totaling $11,which wrecVod the military ftlr-1451.045. Of this amount Arkansas drome at Kyushiu, with damngc ! farmers have received S4.932.M9, or estimated na $5,000,000- 143 per cent of the lotAl loans. .,„.. House erceptionally well rendered. The; , , f hi<: "onnrnnxl In modish ;d'me n \'Ss an c d ha E rac S te r rv r TB'*°™ 3n ^f wHhTertalr w^ln ivood, Jr. John Evans, Tom Rycl*^ ^L 0 "hands'ome" 5 gown "of - r'corch-a" A B 0"™-':" ack " :lvct embroidered in r £ d and line Majors, Mildred Majors, Esther Whltley, Maurine Fardeecy,, Mildred Oalyean. The proceeds of the play will bo applied to a class memorial; a custom that has been observed by all senior classes of the school for 1 many years. ! ONE GIRI. GETS M. D. DEGREE MEMPHIS. (UP)—Only one woman, Miss Mildred J. Stangl5y, was n member of the spring graduating clnss of the college of medicine a' the University of Tennessee here. LITTLE ROCK, April 6. (UP)— The Arkansas supreme court In a decision handed down today re- •ersed and remanded judgment of he Independence county circuit •ourt awarded John A. Whalsy. Independence county treasurer, against Walter E. Taylor, as state bank commissioner. The county treasurer brought suit In the lower court against the Citizens Bank and Trust company of Batesville. James Reappointed to Federal Reserve Board WASHINGTON. April 0 (UP)— George R. James has i«n reappoint ed by President Hi over as a number of the federal reserve board, It was announce*) today. James' present tenr. expire! April 27. His home is In Mem phis, Tenn. a better wbblem o hear about It. The Democratic laltonal chairman has sent to all members of the national committee letters calling tor suggestions for possible embodiment in the 1932 platform and particularly stresses ihe prohibition issue. • I n n »..»», d restlessly In jail today for re- 01 IJry UemOCratS, suits O f an inquest Into the shcot- ing of a fellow minister. On the WASHINGTON. April C. (UP)— outcome of the Inquest depends Democratic prohibitionists have whether Rev. J. A. Brown, «7 is to red with their friends and Ntter plan of solving the liquor b? charged with manslaughter or for the ballot tatte at th blem John J Raskob is anxious first degree murder for the death of quarters, Lawltr strolled t Cold Confines British King to Windsor Castle WINDSOR, England, April 6(UP) —King George V was confined to his apartment at Windsor castle by a co!d and slight recurrence of his old laryngitis complaint today but was able to transact state business and was reported in excellent spirit. Rev. George Rider, 45. Rev. Brown was dejected and extra nervous In his cell In the coan- :y Jail here. "I wish I were dead, too," he said. The shooting of Rev. Rider climaxed a bitter schism In the congregation of the Christ Union church at Halley's Bluff, 15 mites northwest of Nevada. I have high hopes of victory.'" Whiie Mayor Resd. the administration candidate, and Mr. Fairfijld, 'business man candidate," confer^ red with their friends and -prepared their head- about the streets, making a personal canvass r>f the voters. AH Oppose Tax Bcosls All three candidate;; for mayor (Continued on Page Throe) Thaw, Barred by Britain, Lands Today in Germany WEATHER ARKANSAS— Fair snd warmer tonight; Tuesday increasing cloudiness, warmer In cast portion. According to the official weatlw observer, Charles Phillips. .Jr., tht minimum temperature here yeit*e- BREMERHAVEN, Oermany, Apr. day was 4* degrees and the m«J» 6 (UP)—Hariy K. Thaw, who was Infromcd at Southampton he would not be allowed to land In England, arrived today' on the Europe and proceeded to Berlin, Imum 64 degrees, partly cloudy.- OtS the same day a year ago the minimum tempe'sttri was 51 degree! and ihe maximum, 48 degrou, clear. • ••

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